Please submit all completed work onto Google Classroom or if you cannot access this site then email the class teacher. Alternatively, you can email us work so that we can mark and feedback to the children. If you have difficulties with Internet connection or devices please speak to the school and we will do our best to support you.
We are adding the weekly overview of the remote learning to this page as well as to Google Classroom. We have added the whole week of learning so you have flexibility of when it is completed as we know many of you are juggling work and supporting your child. When children have been supported with setting up the lessons, they should be able to access them fairly independently. Any misconceptions or wrong answers will be supported by us when their work is submitted. All resources for the week will be uploaded to Google Classroom.
Here are some useful guides which will help you.
Here is the link for the planning for the week. This is also available on Google Classroom.
Term 4 plans
Term 3 plans
Week beginning 4th January 2021
Please click here to see the maths planning.
Please complete and mark. Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Assessment
Remember, you can use spelling frame to revise and learn new year 3 spellings.
Wednesday 6th: Please watch this video clip of a story we would have been reading this week.
What did you like about this story?
Can you retell the story in your own words?
Thursday 7th: Please watch the video explaining onomatopoeia. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z4mmn39/articles/z8t3g82
Your task is to watch the story 'Escape from Pompeii' again and write down a list of onomatopoeia that would be appropriate for different pages of the book.
Can you spot any onomatopoeia in the book that has already been used?
Why do you think onomatopoeia is used in the story?
Today, children in school watched this animation after we heard the story on You Tube. Here is the link for you to watch too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY_3ggKg0Bc
Look at the words written on this word mat. Word Mat
They are calligrams. What do you think a calligram is? This Power Point may help you to understand. Calligram Power Point
Can you write these words, from the story, as a calligram?
grumble, tumble, down, shake, large, wriggled, flashed, buried.
Please complete and mark this reading comprehension. Reading Comprehension
Remember to read your own book too.
Spelling: This week we are launching the termly spelling list. Please click on this link to access the list of spellings. An assignment for this has also been added to Google Classroom for this term. Termly Spelling List: Term 3
Map for theme session 2
Week Beginning 14th December 2020
Please watch and complete one session per day.
Session 2: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/applying-a-range-of-strategies-to-mentally-calculate-subtraction-cthked
Session 3: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/applying-addition-and-subtraction-strategies-within-context-crr32c
Session 4: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/adding-and-subtracting-1000-6ctk2t
Please watch and complete one session per day.
This week we are continuing our work on our enterprise project. Please click here for suggested activities.
Please complete 30 minutes of exercise a day.
Please click the link to access the Reading Comprehension:
Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th December
Session 5: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/linking-place-value-and-multiplication-c4vpct
Week beginning 30th November
This week in maths we have a mystery to complete. Please read the planning so that you can see how to complete it.
English - This week we will be continuing with the Oak Academy sessions.
Session 1: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-write-compound-sentences-for-a-non-chronological-report-68w6ad (Compound Sentences)
Session 2: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-complex-sentences-60t66c (Complex Sentences)
Please try to read your own book daily.
Spelling Frame Rule 24 - Homophones - Make sure you try and understand the meaning of each word so you can use it correctly in your writing.
Draw pictures to show the different meaning for each set of homophones OR write different sentences to show the meaning of each homophone. You could focus on 2 homophones a day.
Please click here for the theme plan.
Please click here for the art plan.
https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/exploring-4-beats-in-a-bar-cgwk2t Use this link to access your Oak Academy Lesson. This was popular with lots of you last week.
Last week you were very creative with how you had your 30 minutes of exercise a day. If you need some inspiration or support please use the links from last week or from the 'Additional Resources at the bottom of this page. '
Please note that you will have less subjects to complete this week as we are back in school on Thursday.
If you have not managed to complete all the sessions this week you may want to use this time to catch up.
We would also like you to revise your weekly and termly spellings and your multiplication facts.
For English please can you write a short book review based on the book you are currently reading. The template below may help you.
We will add a home learning assignment on Google Classroom for you to submit your home learning?
Week beginning 23rd November
This week we are continuing to look at division. Below you will find the planning for the week and the resources you will need to complete them.
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This week we are continuing to look at non-chronological reports. The link below takes you to all the sessions in the unit in case you are further ahead than we have planned. Children should be able to watch and complete the activities in each session independently.
The sessions you need to complete this week are below:
Session one: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-revise-compound-sentences-c4t3jd (To revise compound sentences)
Session two: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-learn-about-the-portia-spider-6hh3jd (To learn about the portia spider)
Session three: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-develop-a-rich-understanding-of-words-associated-with-the-jungle-part-1-6wu3gt (developing a rich understanding of words associated with the jungle)
Session four: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-plan-the-first-section-of-a-report-64tkac (To plan the first section of a report)
Session five: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-write-the-opening-to-a-report-6tjp4r (To write the opening of a report)
We would like children to watch a Sentence lesson each day. All 5 Sessions can be found by clicking on the link below.
Weekly Spelling Rule
Don't forget to continue revising your termly spelling list too. The list can still be found on the Year 3 Class Webpage.
This website nay help you with the spelling rule too https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zt62mnb/articles/z3jpk2p
All children are expected to independently read everyday. It would also be great if they can find time this week complete the comprehension below.
Questions and Answers - Please choose the appropriate level of questions and answers.
We have been learning about God in Hinduism. Please watch the following link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zt7tfg8
Your task is to write 3 things you have learnt about what Hindus believe about their God and 3 things you have learnt about the importance of Ganesh.
Big Question of the week to think about: How can Brahman be everywhere and in everything?
It is important to keep active while you are at home. You may do this in anyway you choose and could include exercising in the garden. The following links may help with ideas.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9sciRMnE1c (PE with Joe Wicks)
Please click here for the theme plan.
Please click here for the art plan.
Please click on the link for your weekly Music lesson https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-pulse-and-rhythm-chj3cr
Week beginning 16th November
This week we are looking at division. Below you will find the planning for the week and the resources you will need to complete them.
Please make sure that you read your own book daily for at least 20 minutes.
Please complete the comprehension questions found in the link below:
Please click on the Oak Academy Link below which will take you to a unit of work for Year 3 where the children will be taught lessons to help them write a non-chronological report.
Children should aim to complete at least one of the lessons a day.
If you are beginning remote learning today, please complete the first two lessons on Non Chronological Reports this week as we will continue with the lessons next week.
Last week we had been learning about Wolf Spiders in English so if you would like to do additional work please write a paragraph explaining what you have learnt about them. The links below will help remind you of the facts we learnt.
We will have our weekly spelling test on Friday, as usual. More details to follow.
The focus for our theme work next week is science. Below you will find the planning for the week and the resources you will need to complete them. There is a little mistake on the matching animals to their skeleton activity. I wonder if you can spot it!
The week of 16th November is anti-bullying week. We are asking children to draw a sock for odd socks day and to illustrate it with images that show how they are unique. Click here for a template if you wish to take part. You may also draw your own sock if you do not have access to a printer.
Please look at this PowerPoint and write a short paragraph on Hindu Gods.
Please use this link and watch the PANTS video.
You are going to write an adventure story. Please clink on the link below for all the information you will need.
Children can revise the following spelling rules:
Using contractions such as didn't, shouldn't couldn't
Adding ed and ing to verbs such as walk, walked, walking
Adding es to plurals such as churches, brushes
Year 3 / 4 statutory word list is on the Year 3 class page.
As a challenge, you might like to put the words into sentences.
Helpful activities, with answers, to support spelling.
In class we were checking that we could spell all the high frequency words as well as learning spelling rules. Click on the link below to check you can spell them all.
Recall of key multiplication facts for the two, five, ten, three, four and eight times tables.
This might be a useful website to use: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
If you would like to work on some of the maths we have covered this year, this site is very useful: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/
You can work on your knowledge of addition and subtraction.
Here are some websites which have games you could play:
topmarks.co.uk ictgames.com mathplayground.com
If you want to learn more about money or time then this document may be of some help. Money and Time
Children can read books you have at home. You might like to review the book and tell us what you enjoyed and who your favourite character was.
An example of a book review can be found here: Book Review Example
We have been reading Esio Trot in school. You may wish to read some more Roald Dahl books.
These sites have free books to read online:
This term, we have been learning about the Stone Age. You could create a picture, write a story or an information text about what we have learnt.
We have been learning plants. We have learnt about what the different parts of a plant are for and how plants reproduce.
This link may be useful: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zy66fg8
You can also use our knowledge organiser to see what we need to learn.
Children are encouraged to complete thirty minutes of exercise each day. This website might give you some ideas to complete PE inside. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers
Children can watch as appropriate. You might like to reflect on what you have watched.